Cours de l'Académie Segal 2021-2022


LÀ OÙ LES PROFESSIONNELS INSPIRENT LES INTERPRÈTES DE DEMAIN




BROADWAY STARS 1 | Beginner This class is currently full. To put your child on the waiting list, please click here
FOR ALL NEW STUDENTS IN GRADES 2 & 3
Mondays, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Full year course
Starts October 4 and runs until May 2022
$550/session (2 sessions | Students must attend both sessions) + $50 one time costume fee 

New students in grades two and three are invited to join us for the Broadway Stars Beginner class. During the first term, students begin their triple-threat training (singing, acting, and dancing) and learn the fundamentals of theatre through improvisation, scripted scene work, team building exercises, and more. Students then apply their new knowledge during the second term, where the focus shifts to rehearsals as the group prepares for their final performances.

In addition to performing arts training, our goals are to help your child improve their speaking ability, listening skills, reading comprehension, confidence, and empathy, as well as help them in developing a clear understanding of the importance of teamwork.


BROADWAY STARS 2 | Beginner  This class is currently full. To put your child on the waiting list, please click here.
FOR ALL NEW STUDENTS IN GRADES 2 & 3
Sundays, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. | Full year course
Starts the week of October 4 and runs until May 2022
$550/session (2 sessions | Students must attend both sessions) + $50 one time costume fee 

New students in grades two and three are invited to join us for the Broadway Stars Beginner class. During the first term, students begin their triple-threat training (singing, acting, and dancing) and learn the fundamentals of theatre through improvisation, scripted scene work, team building exercises, and more. Students then apply their new knowledge during the second term, where the focus shifts to rehearsals as the group prepares for their final performances.

In addition to performing arts training, our goals are to help your child improve their speaking ability, listening skills, reading comprehension, confidence, and empathy, as well as help them in developing a clear understanding of the importance of teamwork.


BROADWAY STARS 3 | Intermediate This class is currently full. To put your child on the waiting list, please click here.
FOR NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS IN GRADES 4 & 5 
Tuesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Full year course
Starts the week of October 4 and runs until May 2022
$550/session (2 sessions | Students must attend both sessions) + $50 one time costume fee 

New and returning fourth grade and fifth grade students are invited to join this Broadway Stars Intermediate class. This program offers training in classic and contemporary Broadway musical theatre. In addition to the performing arts training, our goals are to help students develop many important life skills such as: teamwork, empathy, positive self-esteem, and improved confidence. Students will learn the fundamentals of theatre through improvisation, scripted scene work, team building exercises, and more. This program culminates with an end of year showcase for friends and family.


BROADWAY STARS 4 | Intermediate
FOR NEW & RETURNING STUDENTS IN GRADES 5-8 
Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Full year course
Starts the week of October 4 and runs until May 2022
$550/session (2 sessions | Students must attend both sessions) + $50 one time costume fee

New and returning students in grades five, six, seven, and eight are invited to join us for this Broadway Stars Intermediate class. During the first term, students continue their triple-threat training (singing, acting, and dancing) and learn more fundamentals of theatre through improvisation, scripted scene work, team-building exercises, and more. Students then apply their new knowledge during the second term, where the focus shifts to rehearsals as the group prepares for their final performances.

In addition to performing arts training, our goals are to help students develop important life skills such as teamwork, and to help them gain empathy, self-esteem, and confidence. This program culminates with an end of year showcase for friends and family.


BROADWAY STARS 5 | Intermediate This class is currently full. To put your child on the waiting list, please click here.
FOR NEW & RETURNING STUDENTS IN GRADES 5-8 
Thursdays, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Full year course
Starts the week of October 4 and runs until May 2022
$550/session (2 sessions | Students must attend both sessions) + $50 one time costume fee  

New and returning students in grades five, six, seven, and eight are invited to join us for this Broadway Stars Intermediate class. During the first term, students continue their triple-threat training (singing, acting, and dancing) and learn more fundamentals of theatre through improvisation, scripted scene work, team building exercises, and more. Students then apply their new knowledge during the second term, where the focus shifts to rehearsals as the group prepares for their final performances.

In addition to performing arts training, our goals are to help students develop important life skills such as teamwork, and to help them gain empathy, self-esteem, and confidence. This program culminates with an end of year showcase for friends and family.



BROADWAY STARS 6 | Advanced | AUDITIONS REQUIRED *
FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 5-8 
Tuesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Full year course
Starts the week of October 4 and runs until May 2022
$550/session (2 sessions - students must attend both sessions) + $50 one time costume fee 
* Auditions will take place on Sunday, September 12th, 2021

Students in grades five to eight are invited to audition for a spot in this Broadway Stars Advanced class. The class is a mix of theoretical and practical training in both classic and contemporary musical theatre. All the hard work culminates in an end of year show.

In addition to providing the highest caliber of performing arts education to students, our mission is to foster individual growth in a caring, supportive artistic environment.


BROADWAY AND BEYOND - Chorus Lab
FOR STUDENTS AGED 13+
Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. | 8 classes
October 7 to November 25, 2021
$350 for the session

This workshop based class for advanced performers will concentrate on what it takes to be a professional Broadway ensemble member. We will focus on all performing arts skills including vocal blending and singing 4+ part harmonies! The goal is to also learn some original choreography from some of the most famous and challenging Broadway ensemble repertoires. Think Wicked, Hamilton, A Chorus Line, West Side Story, Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Chicago… By the end of workshop #8, participants should be able to sing and dance (at the same time) like pros!



BROADWAY AND BEYOND | AUDITIONS REQUIRED *                                               
FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 7-11  
January 2022 – April 2022
Thursdays, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. + Sundays, 10:00 a.m -1:00 p.m. 
Starts January 6, 2021
$1200/session (1 session) + $50 one time costume fee, plus tax for students 14+ 
* Auditions will take place on Sunday, September 12th, 2021

Aimed at students in high school who want to expand their love of musical theatre, Broadway and Beyond is the class for serious young actors who want to take their game to the highest level. After the audition, accepted students are guided by exceptionally talented professionals, and they learn what it takes to put on a professional-level production.



YAYA Kids (Young Actors for Young Audiences)  This class is currently full. To put your child on the waiting list, please click here.                
FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 2-6
Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Full year course
Starts the week of October 4 and runs until June 2022
$450/session (2 sessions) + $50 one time costume fee 

Based on core Jewish values and inspired by the vision of Dora and Bryna Wasserman, the award-winning Young Actors for Young Audiences (YAYA) program provides musical theatre training through theatre-based exercises and games from the lens of Jewish heritage and Yiddish culture.

The first term focuses on storytelling, building trust within the ensemble, tactic and objective work, status and character development. The students are introduced to the Yiddish language through song. The second session will focus on the production as they work through the script, putting all the elements of the show together, culminating in a final performance for their family and friends.